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Marathon man Nathan Farrugia gets ready to run his latest marathon in his '27 challenge'

22 Sep 2011

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Maltese marathon runner and extreme endurance athlete, Nathan Farrugia, will be taking to the streets of London this Saturday in aid of The Children's Society.

Newington Intergenerational Programme kicks off in October

21 Sep 2011

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New programme brings together younger, older residents to help create stronger communities with engaged, active residents

Comment from The Children's Society on Nick Clegg's proposal

21 Sep 2011

Comment from The Children's Society on Nick Clegg's proposal to give up to 100,000 children the chance to attend a two-week summer school.

'Never too early, never too late? Reflections on the government’s approach to early intervention'

16 Sep 2011

The Children’s Society launched a new series of breakfast seminars on Tuesday discussing the coalition and labour governments’ approaches to early intervention

Statement by Bob Reitemeier in response to the Unicef well-being report

14 Sep 2011

'While the Unicef report into children’s well-being highlights some critical issues, The Children’s Society believes it could have gone even further'

More than 200,000 children to be biggest “losers” of Benefit Cap

12 Sep 2011

More than 200,000 children to be biggest “losers” of Benefit Cap

Hand in Hand - our featured programme

13 Oct 2011

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This month Hand in Hand, our programme in Keighley that supports young runaways, is our Featured programme.

Iain Archer holds exclusive gig for The Children’s Society at Greenbelt

6 Sep 2011

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Irish singer-songwriter Iain Archer held an exclusive gig in support of The Children’s Society at the Greenbelt festival.

6,000 children will be left to fend for themselves in the legal aid cuts

6 Sep 2011

The Children’s Society has expressed serious concerns about the impact of the cuts to legal aid to thousands of children.

Young carers and their disabled parents set to lose out on thousands of pounds

30 Aug 2011

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Tens of thousands of young carers and their families face losing more than £3,500 a year

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